Appalachia 2014

Beyond the Beautiful Mountains in Appalachia

June 6, 2014

Appalachia 2014

Beyond the Beautiful Mountains in Appalachia

June 6, 2014

With tears in their eyes, they all asked us to tell you “Thank you” and “God Bless you.” Last week, we had the immense, and humbling, pleasure of visiting with some of the families that your generous support has helped during the past year in some of the poorest communities of West Virginia and Tennessee. And we believe you would want to learn more about how your contributions have helped some of the folks we met along the roads of these beautiful, but poverty stricken, Appalachian communities.

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